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Taking advantage of section 329 of the LATMP: Learn to identify potential gains and to write a convincing application for sharing imputed costs

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The cost of employment injuries occurring in your establishment and the contributions required of you by the CNESST can become a major financial concern for your company. Section 329 of the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases states that an employer may be entitled to sharing imputed costs in relation to an employment injury case if it is proven that the worker was “already handicapped when his employment injury appears”. Know how to take advantage of this section and learn how to assert your rights to limit the costs imputed to you as the employer by writing convincing cost sharing applications to the CNESST.

Sceau CRHA Approved by the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés for 2 hours of continuing professional development

Trainer

Geneviève Mercier, Josée Lemelin

Date

Place

Duration

7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

Cost

$225.00 + taxes

Objectives

  • To develop good reflexes in recognizing the presence of a handicap that might open the door to a potential sharing of cost imputation
  • To write a motivated and convincing application for cost sharing
  • To learn to determine the percentage of cost sharing to be imputed to all employers
  • To understand how the CNESST processes a cost sharing application and what recourses are available to you
  • To understand the timeframes involved

Content

  • The concept of a “worker already handicapped”
  • The most frequently invoked handicaps: obesity, acromion, osteoarthritis, calcification, chondromalacia, multi-stage disk degeneration, discopathy, herniated disc, spondylosis, spinal stenosis, etc.
  • The special case of inguinal hernias
  • Charts showing average duration for consolidation
  • The medical opinion: Relevant questions you should ask your medical expert
  • Concrete approaches and model letters

Subscription conditions and information

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Subscription conditions and information

We are a recognized training organization with Emploi Quebec under the number 0007455.

Training sessions costs:

  • 2-hour training session: $225 plus taxes per person
  • Half-day training session: $395 plus taxes per person
  • Full-day training session: $595 plus taxes per person (only the Negotiating a Collective Agreement and Writing a Collective Agreement workshops are at a cost of $775 plus taxes per person)
  • 2-day training session: $1,100 plus taxes per person for 2-day session (only the Negotiating and Writing a Collective Agreement workshop is at a cost of $1,350 plus taxes per person)

For more information, see Workshop description

GST # 12416 9004 PST #1001388785

Laval: 2550 Daniel-Johnson Blvd., Suite 650, Laval, Quebec, H7T 2L1 (Intersection of Highway 15 and Highway 440). Check registration bulletin for location as some workshops will be held in larger facilities. Telephone 450 973-4020 Fax 450 973-4010

South Shore: Alt Hotel Quartier Dix30, 6500 Rome Blvd., Brossard, Quebec, J4Y 0B6

Quebec: ALT Hotel, 1200 Germain-des-Prés, Quebec, Quebec, G1V 3M7

Conditions: Registration fees are payable in advance to the order of Groupe Le Corre & Associés inc. at same address. Registration fees are non-refundable in the event of cancellation less than 8 calendar days prior to workshop. No notice is required to transfer the session(s) to a colleague.

Confirmation of registration will be sent by email. We reserve the right to decline registrations or cancel workshops.

A lunch buffet is included in the price for our full-day training sessions.

To the exclusive service of employers

To the exclusive service of employers, Le Corre offers training workshops and publications on subjects solely pertaining to labour law. Both these tools help managers and human resources professionals to deal more effectively with the daily legal framework of their businesses.

Laval

450 973-4020

Toll free

1 877 218-4020

Fax

450 973-4010
By email